The FIG to investigate the effects of intensive training on gymnasts

I’ve always been fascinated with the scientific side of gymnastics, of most sports really.  Studying subjects like Biomechanics, Sports Injuries, Anatomy & Physiology in college really spurred my interest on. I incorporate my knowledge into my coaching, educating the gymnasts whilst coaching […]

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The Science of Gymnastics

My copy of The Science of Gymnastics arrived this morning. I'm so excited! Part 1: Physiology for Gymnastics Part 2: Bio mechanics for Gymnastics Part 3: Psychology & Mental Training for

Bodies The Exhibition Part 3

The fourth section displayed a model of a rugby player diving for the ball.  This was really something else.  The women beside me asking "How did they get

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